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Earls Gallery

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Choose from 80 pictures in our Earls collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

The Balkan States Exhibition - Earls Court - Old Japan Featured Print

The Balkan States Exhibition - Earls Court - Old Japan

The Balkan States Exhibition at Earl's Court in 1907 was really two exhibitions in one. The main event featured a large Balkan village with practical working exhibits by native workers (see: 10922981). In the Empress Hall (as shown on this postcard), one could visit Old Japan for an extra shilling (5p) and see a Nikko temple and bridge, teahouses, geisha and spring time in old Japan with waterfalls, lotus pond and cherry blossom. One could also watch basket workers, fan painters, porcelain painters, Kyoto embroiders, umbrella makers and a lantern painter at work. Date: 1907

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

1937 Coronation - A Sea of Coronets Featured Print

1937 Coronation - A Sea of Coronets

Henry, Duke of Gloucester, wearing the coronet of a Prince of the Blood Royalwhich is similar to that of an Heir-apparent but without the arch and orb, seated in the South Transept in front of a large assembly of peers who are grouped in order of rank. The ducal coronet, set around with eight gold strawberry leaves, the marquess's coronet with four silver balls and four golden strawberry leaves and the earl's coronet with eight silver balls raised upon points and strawberry leaves set between, can all be seen in this picture. Date: 1937

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Earls Court takes shape Featured Print

Earls Court takes shape

A new exhibition centre for London. Earl's Court exhibition centre in the midst of construction showing the main hall of the vast building. At the time of its erection in 1937, it was the largest reinforced concrete structure in Europe containing 108, 000 tons of concrete, 10, 000 tons of steel and covering an area of just over 9 acres. The total cost of the build was 1, 250, 000. At the time of writing (2012) plans are afoot to demolish the building and build residential housing on the site. Date: 1937

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans